There was plenty of news across Connecticut on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the most-read stories.
The victim made a complaint stating that the man “removed thermostats and food from the residence, and removed the victim’s ability to obtain money, making it so the victim had no heat, no food and no way to purchase any,” police said.>>>Read More.
The police department’s response to an armed barricade situation will be featured on an upcoming Investigation Discovery documentary series.>>>Read More.
The restaurant will be closed indefinitely.>>>Read More.
A high school student created his own computer game in December 2020. The game exploded in popularity.>>>Read More.
A Special Olympics Unified Champion School, the school met the national standards of “excellence in inclusion, advocacy, and respect.”>>>Read More.
The new restaurant’s will be near the Cheesecake Factory restaurant.>>>Read More.
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